|Oct 8, 2008, 01:38 PM||#1|
How to solve a math problem
... at least I think this is a math problem
Anyway, I have x numbers to put in 7 slots, where x is always odd, repetitions are allowed, not all of the available numbers need be used, the ordering of the numbers matters, and the numbers have to be put into the slots in such a way that the sum of all the slots is 0. For example:
1: 0 2: 1 3: 2 4: 0 5: 0 6: -2 7: -1
What I want to know is how many unique orderings are possible, given the value of x and the conditions above.
iMac Intel (Rev H, 27"), 1TB HDD, 16GB RAM, 10.8.4
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